Bills making their way through the legislature continue efforts to reform how policing is conduct in New Jersey.
Gov. Phil Murphy affirmed he is not slated to receive the COVID-19 vaccine anytime soon under current New Jersey protocols.
A feared spike in coronavirus cases from Thanksgiving in New Jersey may be happening sooner than state health officials anticipated.
The two pieces of legislation would require all uniformed LEOs in the state to wear a body-worn camera and would regulate their use.
Gov. Phil Murphy said a statewide shutdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus is still “on the table” but believes it can be avoided.
The legislation was named in honor of Daniel Anderl, the son of U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas, who was killed by an individual seeking to harm the judge.
Legislators are pledging to put more money towards getting body-worn cameras by police officers off the ground.
New Jersey legislators in the Assembly are pursuing a bill aiming to protect voters from intimidation through the use of “poll watchers” and law enforcement officers stationed at polling sites.
Gov. Phil Murphy provided a more detailed timeline of the events leading up to two staffers testing positive for COVID-19.
As part of that effort, Grewal issued guidance on Oct. 16 to county prosecutors, sheriffs and police chiefs across the state emphasizing rules regarding law enforcement activity at polling locations.
The Problem Solvers Caucus said it supports American’s right to peacefully protest against racism.
In his first extended remarks since protest across the nation over the death of George Floyd and the violence surrounding the marches, Gov. Phil Murphy said “systemic racism in real.”
Rep. Josh Gottheimer is one of the cosponsors of the Helping Emergency Responders Overcome Emergency Situations (HEROES) Act of 2020, an aid package providing relief to frontline COVID-19 workers, local governments and benefits for those affected by the pandemic